My chickens have all gone to roosting in the lemon tree. For those not familiar with citrus, lemons are very, very thorny. My lemon is fairly bushy and they're up about 15 feet, at least. High enough that I can't really see most of them with my flashlight. I think it all started because I've had a rash of feral cats recently getting in the coop at dusk. Haven't lost anyone but it's stirred them up. The four Banties have slept in the trees from the beginning, but, about a month ago, the two leghorns started. Then, one or two other, a couple at a time, until I only have 6-7 of the 20 sleeping in the coop. The coop is airy and has plenty of roosting space. I don't think that is the problem. I'm doing my best to scare the cats away and close the coop up at dusk, except the two nights I'm away at class until two hours after dark, one of those nights my step-son will close up. So, only one night will the door be open for a couple of hours. Any suggestions to get them in the coop? I tried clipping wings on a couple of them but they still managed to hop up on the 6 foot block wall and hop branches up from there. Catching them before dark can even be a challenge. I feed in the coop but they range in my small garden. I rarely see more then one or two in the coop at a time. I've considered feeding some treats in the coop this evening and trying that. Hoping I can get as many lured in as possible. This is my only idea. I'm open to any and all ideas right now. Also, is there a way to clip wings so that they can't hop up five to six feet? I need to fence them into a smaller area while I plant winter grass and I have no way to cover my pen because of the trees.